I've been slowly loosing coolant somewhere but so I've been putting distilled water on it till I could get around to it. The car has been sitting for a day or day because the diverter valve broke and I'm waiting on a new one. I went out to the car to get something out of it and just decided to take a look, well the coolant tank wask completely empty and under the car there's a steady drip of water right under the timing belt area, is it time for a new timing belt and water pump?
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I just replaced my water pump and timing belt due to a leaking water pump. Mine leaked any time the car ran. It didn't have to get hot and build pressure first. Once I pulled the water pump out, it looked like the o-ring was the culprit, but I wasn't going to replace just the o-ring on a water pump with 55k miles on it.